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Don Knotts is THE TROUBADOUR. Having wine with friends? Award THE TROUBADOUR medal to that friend who is the life of the party.  www.knownmerchant.com

Born Jesse Donald Knotts on July 21, 1924 in Morgantown, WV. Died Feb. 24, 2006 of lung cancer in UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center, CA

WV to Remove Don Knotts Barney Fife Statue Following Complaints – Madhouse Magazine

West Virginia will remove a statue of actor and comedian Don Knotts that is located in his hometown of Morgantown, WV. Knotts, is best known...

American comedic actor Don Knotts talks to an animated fish version of himself in a still from director Arthur Lubin's film, 'The Incredible Mr. Limpet'. He and the fish wear pince-nez eyeglasses. Knotts wears a straw hat and a bow tie.

American comedic actor Don Knotts talks to an animated fish version of himself in a still from director Arthur Lubin's film, 'The Incredible Mr. Limpet'. He and the fish wear pince-nez eyeglasses....

Andy Griffith Loved Co-Star Ron Howard Very, Very Much

Acting on The Andy Griffith Show felt a lot like living in Mayberry, NC, the idyllic burg where the classic 1960 to 1968 sitcom was set. “It was warm and funny, like the...

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Don Knotts is best known for playing the iconic character Barney Fife on “The Andy Griffith Show,” but there’s much more to know about this multi-talented actor.

The sideburns are growing: Don Knotts returns in his famous salt and pepper suit to bolster “My Friend, the Mayor,” the pilot episode of “The New Andy Griffith Show.” Airing on January 8, 1971, a mere three weeks after Griffith’s post-”TAGS” series “Headmaster” was axed by CBS after 13 episodes, Barney Fife’s name is oddly never explicitly mentioned although it’s obvious that’s who the character is. #DonKnotts, #BarneyFife, #AndySawyer, #NewAndyGriffithShow, #1971, #AndyandDon, #MyFriendtheMayor

The sideburns are growing: Don Knotts returns in his famous salt and pepper suit to bolster “My Friend, the Mayor,” the pilot episode of “The New Andy Griffith Show.” Airing on January 8, 1971, a mere three weeks after Griffith’s post-”TAGS” series “Headmaster” was axed by CBS after 13 episodes, Barney Fife’s name is oddly never explicitly mentioned although it’s obvious that’s who the character is. #DonKnotts, #BarneyFife, #AndySawyer, #NewAndyGriffithShow, #1971, #AndyandDon…